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ACOFP Resident Podcast
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Listen to ACOFP Resident council members as they discuss the clinical learning points from articles published in the ACOFP official publication, Osteopathic Family Physician.
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May 02, 2018 12:53 PM PDT
Listen in as we put our DO Hats on and discuss this issue with an osteopathic perspective. Presented by: Elaine Ho, DO; Anne L. Hutchinson, DO; and Kari Beth Watts, DO Based on the article, Evaluation and Managment of Functional Abdominal Pain in Children, by Robert Malinak, DO, of the University of Pikeville Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, that was published in the Osteopathic Family Physician Journal in the September/October issue.
February 18, 2018 09:04 PM PST
The potential causes of shoulder pain are numerous, ranging from trauma, to disease, to hereditary issues. Join us as we discuss this rare, but emerging possible culprit.

Presented by members of the ACOFP Resident Council:
Elaine Ho, DO; Anne L. Hutchinson, DO; and Kari Beth Watts, DO

Based on the article, Parsonage Turner Syndrome, that was published in the Osteopathic Family Physician Journal, September/October, 2017.

Authors:
Christopher White, DO & Joel Atance, MSc, PhD
November 13, 2017 01:13 PM PST

We see diabetes every day in our clinics and in hospitals. It's easy to tell our patients to go home and live a diabetic lifestyle. But what does that mean?  

Presented by members of the ACOFP Resident Council:
Elaine Ho, DO; Anne L. Hutchinson, DO; and Kari Beth Watts, DO


Based on the article, Lifestyle Management for People with Diabetes – What You Need to Know from the ADA Standards of Care, that was published in the Osteopathic Family Physician Journal, September/October, 2017.

Authors:
Kim Pfotenhauer, DO; Joy A. Dugan, MPH, PA-C; Sarah Bradley; Jay H. Shubrook, DO, FACOFP, FAAFP; and Andrew S. Rhinehart, MD, FACP, FACE, CDE, BC-ADM, CDTC

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